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New information on the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ travel guidelines regarding COVID-19

https://mino.dk/covid19/english/#new-information-on-the-ministry-of-foreign-affairs-travel-guidelines-regarding-covid-19

New information on the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ travel guidelines regarding COVID-19

08/07/2020 / /

It is possible to travel to a large number of countries in the EU/Schengen and UK, where the State Serum Institute has estimated a low infection rate and where Danes can enter without significant restrictions. Countries in the EU/Schengen and UK that are categorized as ‘quarantine countries’ by the State Serum Institute, due to their infection rate, are still orange (meaning all non-essential travel is advised against) in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ travel guide. The travel guide also classifies as orange countries in the EU/Schengen and UK that have significant entry restrictions for Danish travelers.

Read more about the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ travel guidelines for EU and Schengen countries here.

In addition, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs is easing the travel advice for selected countries outside the EU/Schengen and UK where the EU has estimated an infection rate below or close to the EU average. Here, too, it is required that the country does not have any entry restrictions or quarantine requirements for Danish travelers and that the general security situation in the country is acceptable.

Read more about the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’s travel guidelines for countries outside the EU and Schengen here.

Regarding countries classified as yellow, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs encourages you to be extra careful, keep yourself updated on the travel guidelines in the country, and to follow the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ special COVID-19 travel advice. It is also recommended that you download the app Rejseklar and register yourself on the Danskerlisten. That way you will be notified about any changes to the travel guide concerning the country you are residing in/travelling to. 

Updated information about each country can be found on the websites of the Danish embassies. This can be information about travel/entry restrictions or other initiatives by local authorities to curb the spread of infection.

Denmark does not have embassies in all countries. Some embassies therefore cover several countries. Find the right embassy that is relevant for you by entering the name of the country here.

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